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Dyke brushes off Chelsea complaints

Chelsea's Nemanja Matic, left, reacts following a foul by Burnley's Ashley Barnes, bottom

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has brushed off Chelsea's criticism after the governing body's decision to ban Nemanja Matic for two matches.

Robinson treated for lung tumour

BBC political editor Nick Robinson is being treated for a lung tumour

BBC political editor Nick Robinson is being tre ated for a tumour but hopes to be back at work in time to cover the general election campaign, his agent said.

Storey fails to break record

Dame Sarah Storey was unable to break the world hour record

Dame Sarah Storey was unsuccessful in her effort to break the hour world record at the Olympic velodrome in London.

Late collapse hands Italy win

Italy fought back to claim a 22-19 victory over Scotland

Scotland are staring at their fourth Wooden Spoon in 11 years after their late collapse handed Italy a 22-19 win at Murrayfield.

Happy return for Pardew

Glenn Murray scored a brace as Crystal Palace overcame West Ham 3-1

Alan Pardew returned to Upton Park and saw his Crystal Palace side put West Ham to the sword to increase the pressure on Sam Allardyce.

We still want immigration cut - May

Home Secretary Theresa May admitted immigration figures were "disappointing"

Home Secretary Theresa May has insisted the Government remains committed to reducing immigration, despite breaking its promise to keep it down.

FA frustrated by video trial delay

FA chairman Greg Dyke had been keen to push forward live trials of video technology

The Football Association has been left frustrated after football's lawmakers delayed live trials of video technology at matches for at least 12 months.

'Care declining' NHS workers think

The research also showed that 91% of workers reported worsening staff shortages

Half of NHS workers believe patient care has declined over the past two years, with more than three quarters identifying the root cause as a lack of funding, a survey has found.

India ease to nine-wicket win

Ravichandran Ashwin, second left, celebrates one of his four wickets in India's comprehensive win (AP)

India made light work of winning a third game at the Cricket World Cup, beating the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in Perth.

Call to restore defence spending

Sir John Sawers was head of MI6

A former spy chief has joined calls for UK defence spending to be restored to counter the security threat posed by Russian aggression.

Black Caps cling on in Auckland

Kane Williamson showed nerves of steel as he hit a six to win the match for New Zealand (AP)

New Zealand edged to a one-wicket victory over fellow World Cup co-hosts Australia to claim the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy in a low-scoring thriller at Eden Park.